STRENGTH + SAFETY = SMART
Safecid Grill Cleaning products have the cleaning power of sodium hydroxide, a very dangerous chemical.
Safecid Grill Cleaning products rated are 0-0-0 on the hazardous materials (hazmat) scale, rendering them safe for human contact.
What does that mean? It means that Safecid products are rated ZERO on scales of harm to:
Safecid does not burn skin or eyes. It is not toxic to breathe and is safe for groundwater release.
Safecid is the only cleaning product on the market that combines the STRENGTH of sodium hydroxide with SAFETY for human contact.
The amazing thing about Safecid is that SAFE does NOT translate to - "it doesn't work!"
Through patented, revolutionary chemistry, SAFECID = STRONG and SAFER.
Safe Does Not Mean Weak
SAFER FOR GRILL CLEANERS - SAFER FOR YOUR CUSTOMERS
You no longer have to worry about leaving behind residue from dangerous chemicals on job sites. Safecid Grill Cleaning products keep grill cleaning safer for you and your employees. Safecid keeps grill cleaning safer for your customers, their children, and their pets.
It is always advised to use personal protection equipment (PPE) such as eye protective-wear and rubber gloves. Safecid products are safe but can cause minor skin and eye irritations. While Safecid may cause itching, skin irritation, and redness, it will not cause skin burns. If Safecid Grill Cleaning product gets splashed into eyes, rinse with water immediately.
TRANSPORTING PRODUCT - SAFE AND COST-EFFECTIVE
Whether shipping Safecid Grill Cleaning products to customers or transporting them to your job sites, you don't have to worry.
Because Safecid products are 0-0-0 hazmat, there are no additional shipping fees for hazardous materials.
When transporting Safecid Grill Cleaning products to your job sites, there is no danger for hazardous waste spills.
SAFETY DATA SHEETS (SDS)
Be responsible with any chemical you use and read the Safecid Safety Data Sheets (SDS). Safecid products are all 0-0-0 on the hazardous materials scale. But it is always advised to read the SDS of any chemical that you handle.